jack frost


Love


I love my mum, I love my dad
I love my son and brother,
I love my wife, I love my dog
I love them like no other.

I love my friends, I love my cat
I love the car I’m driving.
I love my house, I love my job
Even when I’m skiving.

The point I make that love is vast
But best if you’re receiving
But no one really knows if love
Is something worth believing?

Submitted: Saturday, October 25, 2008

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  • Adeline Foster (11/25/2008 2:18:00 PM)

    Interesting! What, though, is 'skiving'? And, last but not least, who was the cad who gave you a 6 on this one? I'll repair it somewhat with a ten.
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  • Ken E Hall (11/1/2008 12:38:00 AM)

    Its full of love Jack, and I enjoyed it but to answer your last Question yes it is really worth it and I'm sure you get plenty of family love-the best kind,
    regards,
    Ken e Hall (Report) Reply

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